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BJ Davis (writer)
Adrian Fulle (writer)
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A reporter attempts to figure out why there has been an energy crisis in the United States. Complicating... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Move Over Ed Wood. See more (23 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Dylan Walsh ... Matt Nash

Alison Eastwood ... Gabriella St.John

Tobin Bell ... Clemens

Brixton Karnes ... Travis Gentry

Frank Birney ... D.C.

Boti Bliss ... Sara Rose (as Boti Ann Bliss)
Prince Gharios ... Pallbearer (as Mauricio Guerios)

Mark Hutter ... Abbott

Sergio Kato ... Soldier

Jan Munroe ... McCullough

Martin Papazian ... Joel
Victor Raider-Wexler ... Dr. Eisley

Kimi Reichenberg ... Rita
Paulo Reis ... Zendon

Marcia Strassman ... Susan Breecher
Serge Van Kriekinge ... Phone Booth Guy

Jaimz Woolvett ... Todd
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Julia Davis ... LAPD Officer

Directed by
Joseph Zito 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
BJ Davis  writer
Adrian Fulle  writer
Brent Huff  writer
Douglas L. Walton  writer

Produced by
Laura Dalcanale .... associate producer
Frank R. Gardner .... line producer
John J. Kelly .... producer
Murray Lipnik .... executive producer
Massimo Nouhra .... co-producer
Chevonne O'Shaughnessy .... producer
George Shamieh .... executive producer
George Shamieh .... producer
Karen Toronjo .... associate producer
Paul G. Volk .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Joseph Bishara 
 
Cinematography by
Gideon Porath 
 
Film Editing by
Howard Flaer 
Florent Retz  (as Florent 'Danny' Retz)
Richard Trevor 
 
Casting by
Michael Greer 
 
Production Design by
Al Locatelli  (as Albert Locatelli)
Ladislav Wilheim 
 
Art Direction by
Cristiano Amaral 
 
Costume Design by
Ryck Schmidt 
 
Production Management
Howard Flaer .... post-production supervisor
Milton Pimenta Jr. .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
BJ Davis .... second unit director
Julia Davis .... second unit director
Carol Dimitrov .... second assistant director
Tatiana Fragoso .... first assistant director: second unit
Brian Mastrianna .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Jussara Perussolo .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Jeff K. Brunello .... sound effects editor
Zezé d'Alice .... sound mixer
Patrick Green .... adr mixer
Patrick Green .... foley mixer
David Kitchens .... sound supervisor
Eric Reuveni .... foley artist
Eric Reuveni .... foley mixer
Ken Skoglund .... re-recording mixer
Ken Skoglund .... sound effects editor
Keith Wells .... sound coordinator
Ben Zarai .... re-recording mixer
Ben Zarai .... supervising sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Franco Burattini .... special effects crew
Marcelo C. Fernando .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Howard Flaer .... visual effects supervisor: post production
 
Stunts
Bob Bragg .... stunts (as Bobby Joe Bragg)
BJ Davis .... stunt coordinator
Julia Davis .... stunt coordinator
Prince Gharios .... assistant stunt coordinator
Steve Hart .... stunts
Javier Lambert .... stunt coordinator
Patrick J. Statham .... stunts (as Pat Statham)
Barbara Tekalec .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Marcos Avellar .... camera operator
Carlos Roberto De Castro .... key grip
Eduardo Fressato Spuldaro .... electrician
Guy Gonçalves .... director of photography: second unit
Richard Jones .... additional photography (as Richard A. Jones)
José George Rodrigues Alves .... focus puller
Pedro Serrão .... second assistant camera
Kelly Smith .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Pamela Frazier .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marisol Urban Grossi .... costume design assistant
Ryck Schmidt .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Adam C. Bennett .... first assistant editor
John Dunn .... colorist
Robin Saban .... assistant editor
Chuck Winston .... color timer
 
Other crew
Peter J. Clark .... script supervisor
Tarik Heitmann .... additional pre-production coordinator
Ali Jazayeri .... production financing
Amparo O'Connell .... marketing (as Amparo Ochoa Vargas)
Caprice Pearce .... assistant production coordinator
Horst Steiner .... production coordinator (as Chad Steiner)
Sandra Weber .... production accountant
 

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Rated R for violence
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100 min
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Continuity: During the car chase, two cars hit head to head and the bad guy's 4x4 hits them, is thrown in the air, and is clearly seen to come down hard on the front end. We see the front right wheel buckle and break off the axle. Moments later it's chasing our hero.See more »
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Edited from Dante's Peak (1997)See more »

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19 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
Move Over Ed Wood., 15 September 2003
Author: iannicholls from Northern California

I thought this was a spoof of old 1970s disaster-movies for the first 10 or so minutes I was watching it ... the script seemed to be pretty much as cliche-ridden as "Scary Movie" or even "Police Squad", so I was settling down waiting for the comedy parts to start .... they just never started.

Then it became like having a loose tooth that you can't leave alone with your tongue and just have to keep playing with - I became obsessed with watching it to the bitter end, no matter what the cost to my psyche or my HMO for Therapy afterward. I HAD to find out if there was anything remotely redeeming about this film, but I was sadly disappointed.

The main characters were insipid and disappointing, with Dylan Walsh looking like he was on Quaaludes most of the time, and Alison Eastwood appearing uncomfortable delivering hackneyed lines to their uncaring cast-members on sets that must have cost all of $9 (Nine Dollars) to build.

In future years, this film may achieve cult-status alongside the likes of "Plan 9 From Outer-Space" or "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians", but all-in-all, your time may be better spent laying under a bright light having root-canal.

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